Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Kate Beckinsale Biography (1973-)
Born July 26, 1973, in England; daughter of Richard Beckinsale (an actor) andJudy Loe (an actress); half-sister of Samantha Beckinsale (an actress); married Michael Sheen; children: one daughter. Education: Attended New College, Oxford, 1991-94; also studied in Paris. Addresses:
Agent-- International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211-1934. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Gran Agular Award,best actress, Catalonian International Film Festival, 1997, for Shooting Fish; London Critics Circle Award, British supporting actress of the year,1998, for Last Days of Disco; two awards from W. H. Smith Young Writers' Competition, one for short fiction and one for poetry. Addresses: Agent: International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211-1934.
- Birth Details
- July 26, 1973
- Hero, Much Ado about Nothing, Lauren Film, 1993
- Ethel, Prince of Jutland(also known as Royal Deceit,
Amled, Prinsen af Jylland, and Prinsen af Jylland), Miramax, 1994
- Julia, Uncovered(also known as La Tabla de Flandes), 1994
- Title role, Marie-Louise, ou la permission(also known as Marie-Louise, or the Leave), 1995
- Christina Mariell, Haunted, October Films, 1995
- Georgie, Shooting Fish, Fox Searchlight, 1997
- Charlotte Pingress, The Last Days of Disco, Gramercy, 1998
- Darlene Davis, Brokedown Palace, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999
- Maggie Verver, The Golden Bowl(also known as La Coupe d'or), Miramax, 2000
- Title role, Emma(also known as Jane Austen's Emma), ITV, 1996 then Arts and Entertainment, 1997
- Barbe, One against the Wind, PBS, 1991
- Title role, Alice through the Looking Glass, HBO, 1999
- Thea Hahn, "Headcase," Anna Lee, A&E, 1993
Other Television Appearances
- Flora Poste, Cold Comfort Farm, BBC, 1995
- Herself, The Unforgettable Richard Beckinsale,2000
Sweetheart, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1996
- Anne, Clocks and Whistles, Bush Theatre, London, 1996
Faithless, London production, 1996
- Nina, The Seagull, Thelma Holts Theatre Company, British cities, 1995
The Proposal, BBC Radio 4, 1997
William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet,1997
- Also performed for Jane Austen's Emma, John Smith and Sons (Glasgow, Scotland).
Back Stage West, May 7, 1998 , p. 7.
Entertainment Weekly, June 26, 1998 , p. 24.
Gear, September 26, 1998 , p. 36.
Independent, April 5, 1997 , p. S3.
Interview, July 5, 1998 , p. 102.
Premiere, June 5, 1998 , pp. 84-85.
Seventeen, June 5, 1993 , p. 66.
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